Wherever You Go, There You Are (With Your Mobile Device): Privacy Risks and Legal Complexities Associated with International “Bring Your Own Device” Programs

DownloadPDF  Cite as: Melinda L. McLellan, James A. Sherer, & Emily R. Fedeles, Wherever You Go, There You Are (With Your Mobile Device): An Examination of Privacy Risks and Legal Complexities Associated with Cross-Border “Bring Your Own Device” Programs, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 11 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i3/article11.pdf.  by Melinda L. …

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Beyond Technophobia: Lawyers’ Ethical and Legal Obligations to Monitor Evolving Technology and Security Risks

DownloadPDF Cite as: Timothy J. Toohey, Beyond Technophobia: Lawyers’ Ethical and Legal Obligations to Monitor Evolving Technology and Security Risks, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 9 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i3/article9.pdf.  by Timothy J. Toohey* I.  Introduction [1]       Lawyers and technology have an uneasy relationship.  Although some lawyers are early adapters, others take …

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Kill the Dinosaurs, and Other Tips for Achieving Technical Competence in Your Law Practice

DownloadPDF Cite as: Antigone Peyton, Kill the Dinosaurs, and Other Tips for Achieving Technical Competence in Your Law Practice, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 7 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i3/article7.pdf. by Antigone Peyton* I.  Introduction [1]       It is a challenge to practice law in the digital age.  This is particularly true when a …

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Blog: Uber: Who Owns Whom?

By: Jillian Smaniotto, Associate Manuscripts Editor On Wednesday, March 11, U.S. district court judges in California denied motions for summary judgment in two separate cases involving Uber and Lyft that could mean massive changes in the rapidly developing on-demand services market.[1]  Both cases will go to jury trial.[2] Both Uber …

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